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The millennials who check domain name is available before naming baby, and would rethink if it isn’t

This suggests that millennial’s ,those aged between 24 and 38 years old, understand the importance of truly “owning” a personal online presence, and are taking their children’s future digital identity into account when selecting a name. That’s according to Roger Chen, senior vice-president of Asia-Pacific for GoDaddy – the world’s biggest domain name registrar, with 17 million customers and 70 million domain names – which commissioned the survey.

 

CentralNic (LON: CNIC) is a London-based AIM-listed company which develops and manages software platforms allowing businesses globally to use the internet for their own websites and email, as well as protecting their brands online.  CentralNic operates a recurring revenue business model as sales of internet domain names and add on web presence services are sold on an annual subscription basis. 

 

 

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